15 April 2023 - 13:11
 Quds Day observed in Rome

The Italian capital has observed International Quds Day. A seminar organized by a group of Middle-East academics and geopolitical analysts took place on Friday at a convention hall in downtown Rome. The Iranian embassy backed the proposal, which was attended by the leader of the Palestinian communit

Iran (IMNA) - Imam Khomeini established the Quds day to the world in Ramadan 1979, calling on Muslims all over the world to gather in solidarity against Israel and in support of the Palestinians.

The latest attack on the Al-Aqsa mosque was widely seen as the Netanyahu government's resolve to gaining full Israeli Jewish sovereignty over Muslim and Christian holy sites in Al-Quds.

In the past, Israel has not only attacked Muslim sites but also Christian ones to gain political clout in Palestine. Authorities in Tel Aviv revoked the travel authorizations given to hundreds of Christians in Gaza who planned to go to Al-Quds and the West Bank for the Orthodox Easter celebration and to see family as the holiday got underway.

International Quds Day was also marked in Rome's Imam Mehdi Islamic Association, where scores of Shia met on Thursday for an evening of prayers and discussion about the current developments in Palestine.

 Quds Day observed in Rome

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